If i installed the system and rebooted it uses the default gnome style (adwaita) without any extensions.
My mistake. I think it’s a change I did in antergos-gsettings.
Guys, can you try to copy the gsettings schema to see if it helps? Like this:
sudo cp /usr/share/antergos/schemas/gnome/90_antergos_gnome.gschema.override /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas
I’ll try to fix this asap.
I noticed it had gsettings for Cinnamon, Deepin, Gnome, Mate, and Sonar, so perhaps Budgie could eventually be added?
Only if there is something you want to add/change from 90_antergos_gnome file.
o perhaps one labeled “90_antergos_budgie.gscema.override” needs to be created for that?
If you want to install gnome settings without any change, you need to install
If you want to add a budgie settings file, that needs to go to
antergos-desktopneeds to be updated, and an
antergos-budgie-setuppackage needs to be created
I simply packaged it, didn’t do any tests…
sudo pacman -S antergos-prime
Thanks! Although really, that credit must go to the Antergos @developers (as mentioned in my first post). If you just check the Antergos repo in
PamacGithub, you will notice that “antergos-welcome” is already there! I have no idea why it’s not included by default in their own ISOs, but it seemed like such a nice idea that I thought I would include it in mine
Yep, that app was not finished. I worked hard the last days so it should work now.
I’m afraid I can’t reproduce the chromium error in my machine, I’ll try to reproduce it in a VM asap.
You can use it in the livecd but it’s true that our idea was to show it when the new installed system starts for the first time.
But in no way am I replacing my Deepin ISO with a Budgie one.
I only wish to improve the package list in Cnchi. Is this fine with you, and would you recommend against that for now?
It’s totally fine.
packages.xmlsection is done (but you can change there whatever you and other users desire, just ask me) as we (Antergos devs) will not release a Budgie official “Antergorised” version (at least not in the near future).
Oh, but of course feel free to tell everyone to use your iso to install it (or to use cnchi -z in the official iso).
P.S. Tell me if in the end you decide to “Antergorise” the Budgie DE yourself in spite of my advice.
groupsyou can check if your user is in optical or not.
If not, you can add it with:
sudo gpasswd -a youruser optical
youruserwith your user name
I would refrain of doing any work in Budgie atm. They announced some time ago that they are porting their DE to Qt. This means that all the work you do in a live iso using gnome packages as base will be a waste of time, and you will have to redo everything.
Of course this could take them a lot of time… but who knows.
Well, it’s up to you, but I don’t want you to get frustrated about this.
Well… it just was a wild guess.
Intel Graphics Card should work ootb, so as you have guessed it must be some UEFI booting problem.
Sometimes UEFI can take a loooooong time to boot, I’m not saying that’s your case, but did you try to wait a little bit? (with the Antergos x86_64 option).
Did you try to got to a console? After booting, wait a little bit, if nothing shows up press CTRL+ALT+F2 (that should work if your problem it’s something graphics related, but it does not feel like it, tbh).
Does Arch iso boot for you? We use a similar system to build our iso.
Could this be affecting you? (I’m no hardware fanboy):
Note: Intel Atom SoC systems that ship with Windows 8/8.1 32-bit provide 32-bit UEFI-only firmware with no BIOS compatibility option (no CSM). In UEFI terms these systems are called Class 3 systems (this term is not specific to 32-bit), ie. UEFI-only with no BIOS CSM. These Atom SoC systems are therefore called as 32-bit UEFI Class 3 systems, and these can be booted only using a 32-bit UEFI bootable USB, which is not provided by default in Archiso (official install iso) and Archboot. These systems also come with UEFI Secure Boot enabled by default, but the firmware setup provides option(s) to disable Secure Boot as mandated by Microsoft for x86 systems.